Pro Farmer's Tuesday Morning Wake Up Call

February 21, 2012 02:55 AM
 

After a three-day weekend, grain markets seemed to ignore some price-positive market drivers in last night's trade. The European Union came to agreement on terms of a Greek debt restructuring package, which supported the euro and pressured the dollar. In addition, Chinese purchase agreements for U.S. soybeans ended up totaling much larger than expected at 13.4 million metric tons. Check this link to hear the "Monday Morning Wake Up Call" provided by your Pro Farmer Editors.

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